Gorman Swipes a Republican Vote in Galloway

The surprise reorganization maneuver of the evening may go to Galloway Township.

Democrats took control despite being in the minority.

According to a South Jersey source, the D’s got a Republican to vote with them and now Jim Gorman is the new Mayor.

The source said credit for the coup belongs to Gorman and Atlantic County Democratic Committee Chairman Mike Suleiman (pictured).

Significant?

It’s been years since Dems have had any power in Galloway.

“Politics is about relationship-building,” said Suleiman. “Democrats build bridges. The Republicans burned a bridge with one of their own and we ended up building one with him. I give Robert Maldonado a lot of credit for standing up to intense pressure to do the right thing for Galloway Township.”

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